In the sutta of Talaputa Sutta: To Talaputa the Actor SN 42.2
The Buddha, to the demand of the actor presenting his wrong view wishing to know what Lord Buddha thought of, answers
Enough, headman, put that aside. Don't ask me that.
And then proceeds, after the third demand of the actor, on presenting why his beliefs were wrong views. I thus wonder, why wouldn't the Buddha wish to show the way to someone clearly mired in wrong view the right path to practice at his first request ? Why would he ask him not to ask him again ? Especially considering that the actor actually goes forth and takes refuge for life after his understanding of his wrong views.